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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    @EJCC I chilled the dough so they wouldn't spread as much.
    Ohhh. That explains why my ginger cookies turned out kind of crunchy. Lesson learned!
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    Calzone and chocolate tarte.

    I really love to bake, it's nice to get back into it.
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    Making this fabulous cinnamon bread. Although the dough was stickier than usual before proofing, not sure how it will end up turning out.
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    Lentil mushroom "stroganoff"
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    Chinese Braised Beef from America's Test Kitchen. Chris said this was the best beef stew or something so I had to make it. It's in the oven right now.

    Verdict: It's good but not great. I don't really like the taste of the 5-spice.
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    Kimchi ramen!

    https://web.archive.org/web/20150115...m/kimchi-ramen

    Yummy recipe. (There's a reason it got so popular with food-blog types recently.)

    I kept the leftover broth (sans miso) and leftover noodles / kimchi to eat tomorrow. I think when I eat the leftovers I will use the actual requested amounts of kimchi and miso. I accidentally used too much kimchi and not enough miso and it was kind of overwhelmingly kimchi-y.
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    Layered potatoes with 50% boiled eggs and 10% smoked sausage. (With my style this is rather "layered eggs".)
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    Broccoli quiche. I nailed it.

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    Charlaine's Very Unsophisticated Supper Dip from 'The Mystery Writers' Cookbook'. The photo looked delicious so I had to make it; it tastes just like regular chili which is weird because it uses dry ranch dressing, taco mix, and red wine. There are better chili recipes out there.
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    Frozen potstickers.

    This is definitely not going to be a cooking week. I'm all cooked out from Thanksgiving.
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